2016 Volkswagen Golf Woodland Hills, CA
The standard turbocharged engines deliver zippy fun while getting up to 45 mpg and 594 miles on a single tank of fuel.
Carry your friends or family, or fold the seats down for an impressive 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space.
The new MIB II infotainment system with USB features VW Car-Net App-Connect, which integrates Apple Car-Play, Android Auto, and MirrorLink.
There are no more blind spots when backing up now that all Golfs come standard with a rearview camera.
New features include Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, and Parking Assist.
The e-Golf is more affordable than ever with the new SE model, so you can get all the fun of the Golf with none of the gas.
The "urban enjoyment vehicle" returns
After being redesigned for 2015 the Golf returns for 2016 with added features and better value. Every Golf comes with turbocharged power, whether you choose the gasoline or diesel engine. That means zippy performance without sacrificing fuel economy. We’re talking up to 170 horsepower and up to 45 mpg. And not only can it move quickly and efficiently, but it can also move a lot of stuff. There’s plenty of room for five adults, and even more room for cargo when you fold the seats down — 52.7 cubic feet to play with. The Golf is a great way to get around.
Volkswagen is on a mission to make all of its new cars as useful and familiar as your smartphone, so you can bet they turned up the dial on in-car technology with the 2016 Golf. You’ll be synced up wherever you are with the new MIB II infotainment system. Connect and charge your devices with USB, then whether you use iOS, Android, or other smartphone, you’ll be able to control your apps by voice or touchscreen in the car. And not only that, but every new Golf now comes standard with a rearview camera. Now there are no more blind spots when backing up.View Inventory
Safe and green for 2016
Speaking of safety, Volkswagen has made a host of driver assist features standard on the new Golf. Adaptive Cruise Control automatically adjusts the Golf’s speed to keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. Forward Collision Warning scans the road ahead to alert you of obstacles and if necessary deploys the Autonomous Emergency Braking system to avoid or mitigate a crash. Lane Departure Warning will let you know if you drift out of your lane, and Parking Assist takes the hassle out of parallel parking by doing the job for you.
If the high mileage of the Golf and its TDI Clean Diesel option aren’t green enough, and you’re ready to go all-electric, then the e-Golf is the thing for you. The electric version drives just like a Golf but burns no gas and produces no emissions. Just plug it in and get ready to get 83 miles out of each charge. With the new SE model, Volkswagen has made it more affordable than ever to jump on the EV bandwagon. When you’re ready to take a Golf for a spin, come and talk to our friendly staff at Woodland Hills VW and we’ll find the one for you.